Two robbers flee from a robbery into a neighborhood where they seek safety. Spotting two guys arriving to a house, the robbers pull into the driveway and use a car cover to hide. Inside the house, they discover that it’s a gathering of cannabis entrepreneurs. In short , their robbery is discovered. And now the robbers make them eat edibles while they hold them hostage. Chaos ensues.
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